Dealing with the Blood Ravens proper left you in a rather good mood. A mood reflected in your choice of cabin furnishings. From a Blood Sauna that’d make Lazerus feel insecure to a bed adorned with red, Mark of Khorne patterned, satin sheets, the suite definitely feels like that of a warrior. Well, a warrior with slightly eclectic tastes but you’re a daemon - that’s to be expected. The important thing is you now have a place to retreat to when you need to do some heavy thinking. And in the days ahead you’re sure there’s going to be a lot of that whenever you’re not personally fighting.The most pressing matter is where you’ll take your fleet from here. Finding the Engine has changed your goals around, as has the corruption of a brooding Tyranid swarm and a Battle Barge full of Blood Ravens. You could easily start a small insurrection in the Calixis Sector without worry of true reprisal for a time. But where was the fun in that? If you were going to burn the Imperium to the ground in Khorne’s name, you were going to do it proper. That meant gathering more allies first and foremost.Though if your current allies are any indication, you’ll be relying a lot more on your underlings than you’d like. Trust is not something that comes easy to you. It is something that must be earned on the battlefield, thus only a select few have it. Maintaining that trust is vital, which is why you happily humored Ignitrix when she “let slip” it was her mortal-form’s birthday. A bond like that had to be fostered, for it might be the only thing that kept you alive in the future.Even if it was entirely too silly (and adorable) to see a daemon react in the manner she did. Good thing no one saw it besides you, right? Welcome to Khornette Quest.
>>35860627Twitter: @ELHMk1Normal Run Time: Thursdays @ 8pm EST (GMT-5)Archive Link (includes sup/tg/ & moe links, art & references, and other info): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZlPV-W2T9xDEzsSxYq8OLHnB7CKfB0eUAQyH4vj2lU8/edit?usp=sharingCinder’s Character Sheet:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10H9COxlc2Qaqkx5DTaihQJHazhc-_KKIS-Aon-VxluA/edit?usp=sharingIf you’re a die-hard lover of canon, I suggest you turn away now. Like all things 40k, the gauntlet runs from “worshipping the printed word” to “over the top silliness.” Most of the time it’s somewhere in between. Others it swerves hard to one side and/or breaks this model entirely. You’ve been warned in advance.All rolls go against a specified characteristic in the style of Black Crusade. You’ll want to roll under the characteristic value in order to pass the check. The more degrees of success (every multiple of 10 counts as 1), the more awesome of a result. A 1 is a guaranteed success, and a 100 is a guaranteed failure. Best of three rolls when it’s called for, with a 1 or a 100 instantly taking precedence. If multiple characteristics are being rolled for, each 1d100 counts for its respective test. Any rolls prior to the call for one and those not linking said post will be ignored.You may burn (i.e. gone forever) 10 infamy to completely reroll a check (i.e. three new 1d100). If you have above 10 infamy, you are allowed a single additional 1d100 roll for any check during a session. If you have any questions/etc, now’s the time. I’ll push the first update in about 10 minutes. Excessive meta/whining/waifu’ing/etc goes to QTG. Blatant Samefaggotry will be ignored.You may find this 4chanX filter list useful: http://pastebin.com/QxMu8Rrr
>>35860627>Good thing no one saw it besides you, right?[muffled aras in the distance]
After watching Ignitrix’s face discover a new shade of red during her hurried exit from the hallway, you find yourself laughing aloud. As much as she claimed to be a daemon of great power and import she certainly seemed to be rather mortal in her reactions at times. You suppose that was to be expected in her case, though, given her background. So long as it doesn’t become tedious to deal with, you don’t mind humoring the bird. Especially if it keeps her happy and loyal.The departure of the Lady of Change has left you alone in the hallway with Acerea. She’s waiting patiently for you to finish your mirth. Winding down, you offer out the chair Ignitrix vacated with your right hand. “Well that should keep her happy for a good long while. Since you’re here, how is our Tyranid friend doing?” you ask as the Plaguebearer sits across from you. Her movements seem more stiff than usual, and she’s still sporting the form-concealing cloak from when she helped deal with the Blood Ravens. Whatever she’s been doing down on Deck 11 with Sytili must be keeping her busy.Even her voice is off. There’s just a tiny hint of weariness there that hasn’t ever been present before. “Oh she’s doing just fine. We’ve set up a lovely system to make sure you have your own strain to corrupt to your liking without having to worry about mine.”So she took initiative then? You can respect that. Especially if it means less management for you. Still, you had to inquire what she meant by “mine” if nothing else. “You plan on having your own brand of them then?”(cont)
>>35860783Acerea smiles and nods slightly. “I just couldn’t resist the chance. They’ll be partially relying on my Garden to maintain civility during our trips, after all. The finer parts aren’t quite finished yet, but all you need to worry about is an occasional shuttle from the Raptor. If that.”You lean back in the chair (which was not having any problem supporting you, surprisingly) and cross your arms. More in an approving, content way than a display of closed authority. “I see, I see…”>  Go inspect your brood>  Inquire if she’s done anything else that might affect fleet operations>  Leave it at that, commend her on a job well done, and return to your quarters to think>  Write in
>>35860804>>  Leave it at that, commend her on a job well done, and return to your quarters to think
>>35860804>  Go inspect your brood
>>35860804>>  Go inspect your brood
>>35860804> Go inspect your broodLet's see the choppy ones.
 Paranoia never hurts.
>>35860804> Go inspect your broodAre we going to claim the strongest one as our mount?
>>35860899Nah, Sheila's our mount.
>>35860627>If you were going to burn the Imperium to the ground in Khorne’s name, you were going to do it proper. That meant gathering more allies first and foremost.why the imperium specifically?there is an entire galaxy of things to fight and corrupt.Non combatant humans are pathetic, might as well fight the combatant ones who are interesting as we encounter them, let the boring ones produce more combatantsOrcs though? all of them are fun. And then there are the nids and the eldar.and hey, we actually have a specific quest for them. or rather, arcea does; as soon as she tells us we can get on itThen there are the blueberries...Personally though, I want to go after the nids. I want every nid in the galaxy to become a chaos nid. a giant swarm under us.
>>35860920Next time I have a paladin that needs a mount, I'm asking for one of those.
So in the end we're the only "true" daemon in our squad then.Huh, that's kind of disappointing.
>>35861010Nigga, Plaguebearers are made exactly like Acerea.
>>35860999Without the imperium, chaos can run roughshod over the galaxy as a whole.
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>>35861024Well, yes. I didn't really pay much attention to what Acerea was aside from a Nurglette, so I just assumed she was a typical daemon. I missed the Acerea oneshotStill kind of disappointing though.
>>35861028>that imperium propagandaanon please.
>>35861010>implying we areMy bet is that the decimation of Ograrth was, in fact, a gigantic blood sacrifice that we slightly botched, coming out the other side as a middling daemon with no memory rather than a proper daemon prince.
>>35861024How are Lords of Change made?
>>35861049I am not sure i understand this postare you saying we are in imperium territory and if we want to go after nids/orcs/tau/eldar/whatever it will take some travel time?
>>35861028Chaos are pretty much the orks in how they'll never get to achieve anything great unless they stop infighting.
>>35861137go after the tauWho?
>>35860999we DO still need to rip out, and possibly eat, a bio-ship's heart.>>35861006Are those any good on the tabletop? Because they look frickin' sweet.>>35861010see>>35861024>>35861057And you didn't go to foolz to catch up?>>35861137Methinks it means we're musing about things to crush beneath our digitigrade heel and they were the first faction that occurred to ELH.
>>35861110What? I thought the whole golden throne thing was preventing warp storms and shit.Granted, I do not into 40k often or well.
>>35861135All greater daemons are incarnations of their patron god.>>35861176>And you didn't go to foolz to catch up?I did, I was only expressing my disappointment now, since I wasn't there in that thread.
>>35861156>pic related>>35861121We're Mr. Silent's mom!
>>35861194So Ignitrix is odd that way. So it's still wrong for Acerea to have a unique origin?
>>35861176>we DO still need to rip out, and possibly eat, a bio-ship's heart.yes, and after we do, our own nid swarm can kill and then recycle their biomass. also, learn the making of bioships from that one (nids constantly fight each other to steal each other bio secrets)
>>35861242Oh. Oh god. Just think about how fucking huge a bio-ship's skull would be.
>>35861237Nothing was wrong.Acerea has a perfectly normal origin, and I don't really care about how Iggy was created, just answering anon's question.
>>35861006>Sheila>Named after the Scorpion Tank from Red vs Blue>That is a Scorpion tank
>>35861176>we DO still need to rip out, and possibly eat, a bio-ship's heart.We have an inquisitor's heart? We could give it to Acerea to see if she can do anything with it.
>>35861181a recent edition retcon is that its suppressing an eye of terror centered on earth itself. as that would destroy the imperiumalso for navigation beacon.but there are other eyes of terror in the galaxy and its not suppressing them. just the one local one.IIRC the necrons have their own technological thing suppressing another eye of terror somewhere.
>>35861259that did not even occur to me... but now that you mention it, we must do it
>>35861288So we could take out the imperium if we destroyed whatever was interfering with that eye of terror?
>>35861288The Eye is just a bigass warp storm. What the Throne is holding shut is the Emperor's half-built and three-quarters-broken attempt at breaking into the Webway.
>>35861264With Iggy's unusual origins, the same goes for Acerea in that she doesn't HAVE to be made normally.
>>35861237Well, if Acerea's origin had been abnormal - fortunately it wasn't - then it would have been a trend. Iggy's case is unique, and if they were both daemons despite starting as humies then it would be a trend. An exception to the fluff is interesting; serial exceptions are Sue-ish.
>>35861334Well, yes.What about it?
>>35861319>So we could take out the imperium if we destroyed whatever was interfering with that eye of terror?that "whatever" is called "The God Emperor of mankind"And yes, destroying him WOULD end the imperium.It would break their spirit, it would destroy their greatest defender, it will make it impossible for them to sanction psykers, it will make it impossible to train new astropaths, and it will make it impossible for all imperium ships to navigate the warp
>>35860804“Well, best I at least go impress who’s actually in charge upon them.” You’re already halfway out of your chair before Acerea can react. “Umm, sweetie, you DO know that Sytili still controls them all at the end of the day, right?”You pause mid-motion. “I know she’s our only Synapse creature. Ignitrix kinda filled me in on that. My understanding is that new ones won’t come around for awhile, and even then they’ll be more like glorified nodes for Sytili.”Acerea nods in affirmative. “That’s correct. But if she’s any indication, new Synapses might also have a personality.”“Exactly what I was hoping for. Better to instill a sense of order and authority in the roots than hope it’ll filter from the top down. Obviously a combination of both would be best but…”The plaguebearer laughs and rises out of her chair. “My, you’ve taken to the mindset of a Warlord rather quickly. Just try not to go overboard, okay? They’re just children, or the equivalent of it for humans. They won’t react the way you expect.”“Eh, I’m not expecting much at first. I may be demanding but I’m not entirely unreasonable.”“Who are you and what have you done with my Cinder?”“Not you too.”She giggles and motions for you to follow her. Shortly thereafter you find yourself overlooking a large group of gaunts roaming through the corridors of Deck 12. Traces of blood and gore are littered here and there amid other biomass formations. Even without your daemonic senses, you can tell it’s a mixture of both Tyranid and Human.>  Well this seems in order.>  Find the biggest Gaunt, make sure it knows you’re in charge>  Ask Acerea where the human bits came from>  Write in
>>35861346Well, Cinder and Iggy are already special, and if Acerea has nothing that special about her, she's going to fall behind.
>>35861326which fucked up and caused an eye of terror which he is holding shut but not completely and permanently destroying.also, this involves several ret cons as well as conflicting supplemental materials that are intentionally vague on subject
>>35861391>  Ask Acerea where the human bits came fromcuriosity killed the cinder
>>35861391> Ask Acerea where the human bits came from
>>35861391>>  Well this seems in order.
>>35861393Well there was that whole audience with Isha and Nurgle thing, not exactly a common occurrence.
>>35861369I have a plan for doing that!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OP6BQz9Q-RY
>>35861401the reason for the retcons btw is that people were thinking the emperor is a has been joke/wuss acting as a mere navigational aid
>>35861391>  Write in>Call pest control
>>35861391 because we want to know, and then  because that is how we do things
>>35861369All those things are fairly irrelivant, though, since it would also result in every living human becoming a daemonhost at once.
>>35861391> Find the biggest Gaunt, make sure it knows you’re in charge
>Pet gaunts>Imagine you are petting Bestbird>Petting Bestbird in the most lewd manner possible.>Praise Khorne through the nosebleed.
We gonna meet a Weirdboy, ELH?
>>35861514Fuck off to /qtg/. We don't need you whining here AGAIN.
>>35861391> Ask Acerea where the human bits came fromCan we communicate through things like Gaunts? I don't think they have a brain big enough to act as a mouthpiece for a synapse.
>>35861532We can rescue him from the Slaught!
>>35861504really? how do you figure that?
>>35861489>uber warlord>wasting time proving self to mindless rank-and-file when there's more important things to be doing>wasting da biggest & strongest gaunt we have
>>35861532...Are we gonna corrupt some orks? Because I want to corrupt some orks.
>>35861588>not loving your father's wife unconditionallyShe's a nice lady, and love and tolerance is just how Nurgle rolls.
 it is, Writing...>>35861553Needs more Rak'gol.>>35861549Not really no. From what I know you're basically dealing with Flesh Hounds at the moment. Not the kind of beings you debate Quantum Physics with.
>>35861582I'm not figuring anything, it's outright stated in the Chaos codex. If the Emperor dies, every spec of human-inhabited space becomes an extension of the Warp, time breaks down, and reality ceases to exist.
>>35861600Orks are doing juuuuust fine.
>>35861622They could do better.
>>35861621and the tau and eldar still continue to defy the imperium? unbelievable
>>35861679They do pretty good, but their dakka and choppa could use more brass.
>>35861711>Hey guys, if we don't agree to be exterminated, it'll be slightly annoying for these guys who have a corpse who is a ticking time bomb for all of creation.
>>35861737the emperor was initially their ally, they betrayed him and backstabbed humanitythat is why the imperium no longer tolerates them
>>35861711The Eldar have a plan and take steps to ensure the Imperium doesn't crumble outright too soon (such as, for example, stepping up raids in areas they know are about to be surprise attacked by Chaos, so instead of finding undefended worlds they find a task fleet sent to wipe out the Eldar presence), and the Tau simply don't know or believe that the Warp could possibly be that powerful. Since they don't have psykers themselves, Warp-related problems are all filtered through a "not really our problem" mindset.
>>35861774>the emperor was initially their ally, they betrayed him and backstabbed humanityThat's true of many species of xeno, but the Tau made first contact with humanity long after the Heresy, discounting the time some human exploration ships passed by their planet while the Tau were still using stone tools, took some notes and ecological samples, and left without interacting.
>>35861940See >>35861545.You whined about this in the last thread for 6 hours, Twitter for 2, and /qtg/ for another hour. Get the fuck over it or get out.
where'd the people come from.also, can we print out a bunch of STCs on the ground and do STC angels?
>>35862096Doing angels on the ground will set us aflame, anon.
>>35862108is.. being on fire going to a be a problem for us?
>>35862135It's holy fire, it's going to itch real bad.
>>35861391A Gaunt bearing more scars than the rest you’ve seen wanders past, human forearm in its mouth. As your eyes meet, you give it a stern stare until it bows its head. That was easy. But it does make you wonder something aloud. “Where is the monkey meat coming from?”“Oh that!” chirps Acerea. “That’s what I meant about the shuttle from the Raptor. Instead of just wasting the refuse from your Bloodpits, I had them redirect here. This level is purely sustained by that meat and the survival of the fittest. Just up your alley, hon~”“That it is. Hmm. Well I don’t see any reason to linger. Keep up the good work down here. Make sure to get rest now and again. You seem like you need it.”For a split second, you get a glimpse of a side of Acerea you’ve never seen before. The motherly bearing drops as she sighs, “In more ways than one…” She immediately perks back up though. “Not to worry. I’m a daemon after all!”Hrm. If there’s a problem there, you figure she’ll bring it to your attention when she’s ready. You part ways shortly thereafter and return to your room. One of the great things about your new form is how your armor and weapons have become a part of you - no longer do you have to waste time getting in and out of the Bloodbath. Retracting your back spines, you slip down until you’re left free floating in the plasma. Now that you have time to yourself once more you revisit your plans for the future. The way you see it, there were three optimum paths:1. Continue on to a Warp Storm. You could gain some more daemon and heretic allies while possibly running into Iggy’s old friend Helldrool along the way(cont)
>>358621702. Find a Waaaagh or a Hive Fleet for your Tyranids to snack on. If one of those wasn’t enough to get the fledgling swarm on its feet, you didn’t know what would be. Plus they’d probably offer an interesting/fun fight or two.3. Start corrupting planets in the Calixis Sector. The Inquisition is notoriously slow. You’d probably be able to get a good number of cultist and what not before they caught on. And even if/when they did you could easily dispatch anything short of a full company of Grey Knights.All had varying pros and cons. The key was picking one. And for that you’d better consult the “heads” of your fleet. The question was how the meeting to come would be run.>  Press Conference (i.e. This is what we’re doing, deal with it)>  Round Table Discussion (Let’s discuss it but I’m still going to make the final call)>  Visit each head in turn (Like #2 but more private)>  Write in
>>35862186>>  Visit each head in turn (Like #2 but more private)
>>35862186>  Round Table Discussion (Let’s discuss it but I’m still going to make the final call)Let everyone make their case.
>>35862186> Round Table Discussion (Let’s discuss it but I’m still going to make the final call)
>>35862186>  Round Table Discussion (Let’s discuss it but I’m still going to make the final call)
>>35862170Round Table shy away from the warp storm until we're sure we can hold onto the Engine in that situation. Will the ship's Gellar field cover that?
I'll just put it this way:Stopping by a WAAAGH will allow our forces to prove their loyalty/ become more corrupted/ gain biomass
>>35862286It did need changing. It was pretty lacking.
>>35862186>>  Round Table Discussion (Let’s discuss it but I’m still going to make the final call)
Round Table it is. Might be a meaty update just because <words> so be patient.>>35862286>I would like to discuss this with ELH in private though so it doesn't cut into thread time.As far as I'm concerned what I said on Twitter is the end of it until you bother Acerea in character about it.
>>35862286Wow, what are you? Six. Give it a rest already. Round table seems Arthurian. Arthur was a great, if misguided, warrior. It seems the thing you do.
>>35862405Okay, so does Acerea have a plaguesword? It's not on her character sheet. Ooh, does she have plagueshears?
>>35862408"Oh I'm just a gardner, but now I'm a demon." That was the extent of her backstory.
>>35862405Hey, are there going to be any jump-scares in this thread?
>>35862452Her backstory was actually "I'm a daemon who likes gardening. Also, I was born on a moon."
>>35862286>Acerea's backstory didn't need changing and that needless additionAgreed>should be pruned.no, it happened, get the fuck over it.continuing to bitch about it this long after the fact isn't helping either.
>>35861940The warpstorm didn't make her, it just let Daemon!her into the materium. Unless I'm sorely mistaken.
>>35862565i don't get it
>>35862446Acerea can't really into melee like we & Iggy can, so she tanks stuff and chucks acid & bile around. No sword on the sheet? No sword.
>>35862613>sorely>sores>illnesses with sores>Nurgle
>>35862630All plaguebearers have those though.
>>35862186Hopefully we can seed a few agents to lay the groundwork for  while the ded 'ard team members go after  for some bioship biomass.My battery's about to die, so that's the extent of my input.
>>35862662All plaguebearers also have one eye. Say, do you think the reason Acerea isn't your typical plaguebearer might have something to do with Isha?
Waaaaaagh or bioship? Bioship would be harder, but if we did it after nomming a whole waaaaagh it might be possible
>>35862748Hmm, I understand now. Even if the conception wasn't unique, the birth of Acerea is still as unique as can be. Okay, that is acceptable. I'm sorry for being a bitch about this.
>>35862797Waaaaaaagh would be the better choice, make sure the Nids are fully corrupted before they go against their kindred to avoid any complications.
>>35862818Holy shit, someone being reasonable on /tg/? Heresy!
Hey did we ever get to look at Acerea's garden? Last time we got a chance to, were interrupted.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydwjUL6cdBQ
>>35861711I think the Tau will fare well in a post-Imperial galaxy. I mean, they did kill Slaanesh, What's another three Chaos Gods?
>>35863021Okay, so there are seven chaos emeralds, which are colored:>Green>Red>Blue>Purple>Grey>Cyan>OrangeIf Nurgle, Khorne, Tzeentch, She Who Thirsts, and Malal are the first five, then who are the last two?
>>35863086>I mean, they did kill Slaanesh
>>35862186If it were possible, you’d have your meeting in this new bath of yours. The constantly bubbling and swirling liquid feels utterly divine. Unfortunately your non-daemon leads might not take kindly to bathing in blood. You’d fix that in due time perhaps, but even then this sort of treat was best reserved for your left and right hands. That meant you had to sit down with everyone in a less intimate setting. A setting like the Briefing Room just off of the bridge. The Briefing Room is mostly prepared already without you having to do a single thing. When you walk in some two hours after leaving Acerea on Deck 12, you’re greeted with the sight of a large table much like the one Ignitrix initially had made for her room. Around it are the same sort of deceptively sturdy chairs that you had been using earlier. By your estimate you could seat ten Space Marines comfortably. Good thing you only have the one to deal with for now.Captain Gallienus is your first vox call. You briefly tell him his “Inquisitor” wishes another face to face meeting. You also make it extremely clear that he is to come alone or he will be facing your wrath. He doesn’t seemed thrilled that he’s being led around by a daemon, but you do sense that he at least appreciates you’re making whatever cover story he’s using easier by maintaining the Inquisition lie. Tigurius is the next on your list. Luckily for Proditus the ex-Commissar has requisitioned some text to speech method so you don’t have to go through the failure of a Brass Herald. Without getting bogged down into the details of it, you lead him towards getting on the next meat shuttle over to the Engine. He makes a joke about having to share it with “the equivalent of guardsmen” before signing off.(cont)
>>35863251Your last call is one you’ve been putting off since exiting the Immaterium. Captain Lucius literally gets all of “You. Next Shuttle to the Engine. Now.” You couldn’t risk him going off on one of his flirty tirades prior to the meeting. No one would want to have to deal with an enraged Cinder. Not even you.All said and done, you find yourself seated, with Ignitrix to your right, in the Briefing Room as Acerea brings your leads in. Tigurius is the first to arrive. He’s supporting what looks to be a rebreather attached to his data slate via a cord. He nods once in your direction, calm as ever. Without even being prompted he silently takes the farthest seat from you so as to not disturb you with his blank aura. Next is Gallienus. The Raven practically stomps into the room after being announced by Acerea and crumples into his chair, arms crossed. Under his breath you can just pick up some angry mutterings. Lucius though? The Rogue Trader not only arrives an hour later than he should but is also sporting a gigantic bouquet of flowers. Roses to be precise. “Ah, my Lovely Cinder, your radiance has increas-” He doesn’t get another word out before Acerea takes the roses from him, gives him a stern “No,” and pushes him into his seat. She follows behind and takes the seat to your left.With all six of you gathered, that just leaves you to kick things off. >  Here’s the plan - I’m outsourcing the plan>  Here’s what I’m thinking...>  Where do YOU think we should go next?>  Write in
>>35863267>>  Here’s what I’m thinking...
>>35863267>  Here’s what I’m thinking...Do SOB's like headpats?
>>35863267>  Here’s what I’m thinking...
>>35863267>  Here’s the plan - I’m outsourcing the plan. Come up with some good ones!Thanks to my clever write-in, they'll avoid coming up with bad ones!
>>35863267>  Here’s what I’m thinking...We have three options. Debate and lets see which is the best.
>>35863340Getting Battle Sisters who have given up their faith (the one thing they're not supposed to do) is lame. Instead we should raise them into Khonre, Nurgle, and/or Tzeentch worshipping Battle Sisters.
>>35863267Here's what I'm thinkingAlso, is our synap-nid here? I'd like its input
>>35863388>Instead we should get some girls that haven't been spoiled yet, steal the required facilities and desecrate those, and raise them into Khorne*
>>35863391She is there via Acerea/Ignitrix. Mostly the former.
>>35863303 I'm aware you all have ulterior motives beyond my will. Now is your chance to present them openly, so I don't have to find out about them later.
>>35863388Well obviously they dedicate themselves to Korn. Their sisters of BATTLE, Korn's all about battle.>>35863267Option 4 is to subvert some non imperial force near the sector to use as a foothold.
>>35863418We should call our warband the "Sisters of Battle". Even the men. Even the space marines.
>>35863388We should get a recurring himedere SoB rival
>>35863418Okay, so the Nurglites are hospitallers than. What role do the Tzeentcheans fill?>captcha: mesalam witchcraft
>>35863138Ynnead and The Emperor.
>>35863456Nah. The Imperium has proven itself to be small time, and I just don't see how a mortal could be a recurring rival, because we don't show mercy.
>>35863490>>35863517That's actually pretty fitting. Oh my god, we could burn the Imperium by masquerading as them. I see a lot of potential in this SOB plan!
>>35863448>Even the space marines.You mean "especially" the space marines.
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>>35863549Hey, now that Cinder is a bloodthirster, does she have to spend some time being Khorne's little toe when she dies?
>>35863771She's too important to be a little toe, she'd at least be his ankle.
>>35863535What do the Dialogous do, would we have a use for them? Maybe they could work with the xenos?
>>35863859So far, all she's done is kill a bunch of humans with over-hyped reputations and kill some weird aliens. She's hardly that good a bloodthirster, she was just born.
>>35863267You push yourself upright and begin walking around the table as you speak. “Thank you all for joining us. In the FUTURE, be here on time or I’ll stick your skull on the front of my Flagship.” You pause to give Lucius a death glare. “To business: We’re going to be jumping soon and all of the Navigators need to be on the same track. But more importantly: so do we as Captains of our respective vessels. We’re a Chaos Fleet, not an Imperium one. None of that bureaucracy nonsense or mandates from the dogs of the Corpse God. Our decisions will be made as a group so long as it remains feasible to do so. However I AM your “Admiral” and my word is final. I won’t have my battle time cut short because you all are squabbling amongst yourselves or whatnot. Is that clear?”Varying affirmatives meet your ears as you give Tigurius’ chair a wide berth. “Good. Now then, I’ve come up with three options. One: We continue our original path into a Warp Storm. Two: We try and find either an Ork WAAAAGH or a Tyranid Biofleet. Three: We set in motion a little wave of corruption across the Calixis Sector. All of their own merits and downsides. What I want to know is your opinion on them, preferably focusing on the one you’d choose. All of you.”Following that you sit back down in your chair and stare to your right at Ignitrix. She breathes out of her nose and maintains eye contact. “My vote is with the first option. If we can get in contact with Helldrool he’ll be able to help up whip up a fleet in no time. Plus it’ll mean you can delegate most of Fleet Management to him.”“You trust him that much?” you ask.“More like he trusts me that much to do what I ask,” she replies. “Comes with saving him over his entire fleet before. I don’t know if I’ve told you that story. Maybe later when the mortals aren’t around.”(cont)
>>35863910You nod. “Alright. What say you, Imperial Dog?”Gallienus growls. “The second option at least gives my Chapter a chance to die in actual combat before your corruption spreads too far, daem-”“Need I remind you of your place, Captain?”“...No ‘Lady Inquisitor.’’”“Then fix your tone before I consider a new hood ornament.”The Raven goes silent, leaving you to turn to Tigurius. The ex-Commissar taps at his data slate for a moment before the vox unit he’s sporting catches up. “I agree with Ignitrix.” Short and to the point. With that you steel yourself for what’s to come. “And you, Lucius?”He sighs melodramatically. “Oh my fair Cinder, it would not matter if you told us to charge into that maw outside. I would follow you any…”You cut him off. “Great, you don’t care then. Good to know. That just leaves you, Acerea.”The Plaguebearer purses her lips for a moment, then states rather matter-of-factly, “We could also go after some Eldar. But if I had to pick one of those three… I’d say the Tyranid/Ork plan would be best. Sytili shares the same opinion before you wonder.”So a tie between a Warp Storm and some mass combat. Hmmm…>  Follow up on this Eldar suggestion>  Make your decision based on all that>  Ask for more input>  Write in
>>35863388Honestly, I think we need to subvert at least some of them for two reasons:1. We need some people to train the SOB trainees, otherwise their just random chicks with power armor.2. Cinder really doesn't have the patience for a plot that will have its first payoff decades in the future
>>35863933>>  Make your decision based on all thatLet's go into jaws of battle.
>>35863933>  Follow up on this Eldar suggestionBecause it's not one of the options we listed.
>>35863933 Let's steal Slaanesh's toys.
>>35863953We could just program some servitors and replace every mention of the Emprah with KHORNE or BLOOD GOD!.
>>35863933>  Follow up on this Eldar suggestion"Any reason you'd bring that up?"Cinder is going to love this.
>>35863953>Cinder really doesn't have the patience for a plot that will have its first payoff decades in the futureIt's always nice to have some things lying on the backburner when you're burning the galaxy.
>>35863933> Follow up on this Eldar suggestion
We could split our forces. We put Ignitrix in charge of the main plan, while Cinder and Acerea go do things with Eldar for a bit.
 it is, writing...
>>35864091It would give us a chance to put ourselves in small-scale adventure where we don't have to micro-manage our fleet that much, Cinder would get some time with Acerea, and Ignitrix would get an opportunity to prove how good she is at planning. Are there any objections to this?
>>35863933Vaguely you recall that the Eldar were a part of the original Warp Storm plan, but that still doesn’t explain why Acerea brought the Xenos up now. “Any particular reason you think the Eldar would be a good idea?” you ask.Once again, you catch a flash of weariness. “Well we don’t have to go after a Craftworld or anything too large. Just a Corsair or a small ship to test how we work as a fleet. Plus Sytili and I have an idea or two about corrupting them. Oh and I suppose Lucius here could do some trading or Gallenius could steal something.”Ignitrix laughs, causing you to glance over at her. Her eyes are slightly narrowed - she must have caught that same glimpse behind the mask you did. “Corrupting an actual Eldar and not their dark cousins? You’d better have some soulstones hidden away. And even then it’d be like flirting with a volcano.”“I semi-flirt with you and Cinder, don’t I~?” She isn’t entirely wrong. The rest of your Captains seem to be generally okay with this idea. But that tiny change of character has you slightly worried. >  Ask her straight out if something’s wrong >  Stare at her really hard to see if whatever she’s not telling you is something you should push to find out now (Per)>  Deal with that later. Decision time.>  More input>  Write in
>>35864278>>  Deal with that later. Decision time.Not infront of the squishies.
>>35864278>  Deal with that later. Decision time.Don't push her. She'll tell us when she's ready.
>>35864278>  Deal with that later. Decision time.
>>35864278I like the way  is worded.
>>35864408I'm on my phone so can't copy paste
>>35864278, but we'll do  and  later...
Alright so big decision time then. I'm leaving this voting window open for 20 minutes. Don't samefag it. Yes I'll know. No combining options.>  Everyone to a Warp Storm>  Everyone to a WAAAGH/Hive Fleet>  Split up for the moment. You, Acerea, and Sytili will go chase some Eldar. The rest (including Iggy) will go do something "Just as Planned."
>>35864569>  Split up for the moment. You, Acerea, and Sytili will go chase some Eldar. The rest (including Iggy) will go do something "Just as Planned."
>>35864569>  Everyone to a WAAAGH/Hive Fleet
>>35864569> Everyone to a Warp StormMass up the fleet, then go pick a fight.>>35864583Anon! Never split up the party.
>>35864569>>  Everyone to a WAAAGH/Hive Fleet
>>35864601>Anon! Never split up the party.So you don't trust Ignitrix?
>>35864628I don't trust all the horrible things in the galaxy coming at us when we've divided ourselves into bite-sized pieces.
>>35864569> Everyone to a Warp Storm>>35864628>So you don't trust Ignitrix?They aren't the ones I don't trust.
>>35864674It'll also give Acerea and Ssssytili something to do and a chance to prove what they're capable of
>>35864569  Everyone to a WAAAGH/Hive Fleet
Hey, wouldn't it be scary if some Night Lords attacked us right now?
>>35864569Let's do 2, I don't trust the BR to stay on board without supervision.
>>35864828It'd be pretty spooky.
>>35864832Let's just trust that our acolyte can control their fate for a bit. Besides, fighting the enemies of the Imperium is as good a cause as any.
>>35864828Don't look outside.
>>35864874Shit! To avoid those, why don't we park the ship on that necron tomb world? We'll be safe there.
>>35864874How they move so quietly and stealthily in power armor with bat wings on their helms, I will never no.
>>35864874Oh god, they've started their terror campaign already>mfw
>>35864569, because splitting the party is always a good idea!
>>35864569>  Shit did I make it in time?
>>35865038You made it in time to ensure that there was a tie AGAIN! But probably not, the voting window closed two minutes ago.
5 for 5 for  2 for So... yeah. I can either have Cinder decide for you or just go with the one that had the lead for the longest (3). Or just do another vote entirely.
>>35865074That last one for  was outside the voting window.
>>35865074I suggest putting it up to a d2. Let the dice gods decide. Less hurt feelings that way.
>>35865074Whatever makes  win.
>>358650743 was clearly samefagged as no one with sense would split the party
>>35865074DICE FOR THE DICE GODS!Fuck it, we be chaos anyways.
>>35864569>I'm leaving this voting window open for 20 minutes>21:53:25>>35865038>Shit did I make it in time?22:15:09
>>35865108Nor repeat it several times
>>35865170I voted for it once.
>>35865190Never again...But seriously, accept that  won.
>>35865074Di-i-i-ice, or final destination vote to prevent samefagging. See -> last nights banished quest where it completely flipped the votes around.Either one will keep people from bitching
Rolled 2 (1d2)Dice it is.1 goes with WAAGGGGH2 goes with Eldar fun times
>>35865262Welp. It was only me really begging for dice, and I voted for . But, that's Chaos for you. So lets move on, fuckers! At least Iggy is the most likely to be able to control the BR. This is her time to shine!
>>35865317Hey, I voted for dice.
>>35865262Mkay so  won out still.So here's the next issue: What ship are you going to take? I'm assuming the Engine while Iggy goes and commands from the Raptor but...
>>35865345We go back on the Raptor!
>>35865345Since we're fighting Eldar, lets go with the Engine.
>>35865345As much as the Engine is probably the best thing to keep the BR in check, we need it to fight the Eldar on our own.Iggy will think of something should the BR try to double cross us.
>>35865336Yes, but I begged. Because I have no shame, and it always gets derpy around close calls like this, people were already bitching about the time limit and shit.Also >>35865345We're taking the Engine, to guarantee that the BR meet back up with us.
>>35865374>>35865388But Acerea has a garden on the Raptor?
>>35865345Which one is faster? Speed is going to be the main problem with Eldar.
>>35865457Unknown DAoT ship that has massive Trek vibes? I wouldn't be surprised if it had slipspace shenanigans.
Mkay Engine it is. Just making sure. Lemme finish my soup and I'll get to writing.
>>35863410Oh good; someone else still wants to do that.>>35863417Not a bad idea, actually.>>35863910>worthless RT skull>in the place of honorBack of the ship, right over the engine exhausts.>>35863953>Cinder doesn't have the patienceUnderestimate an Inquisitor at your peril.>>35865441She has one on the Engine too.I'm just late enough to miss all the important decisioneering of our next course. Fine by me, though I am nervous about splitting the party. How long should be expect dealing with the knife-ears to take?
>>35865514Hey, we know your stance on Slaaneshis, but what's your stance on Dark Eldar?
>>35865617Dark Eldar are alright. I know them far better than Slaaneshis and they don't necessitate a Khornate response. >>35865581Ideally this will take 2-3 sessions. But should it take longer I'll open up the option to switch over and check on Iggy. ANYWAYS. Finished the soup. Writing...
>>35864278You let those assembled talk amongst themselves while you deliberate. Perhaps you’ve neglected Acerea in favor of Ignitrix for a little too long. And besides, corrupting Eldar? That just sounds like good fun. Worst case everything will go south and you’ll just have to fight aliens that are more capable than the humans’ best. As for the rest of the fleet, this will be a good test of their loyalty and of Iggy’s planning ability.“I’ve decided,” you state, interrupting about three separate conversations. All eyes switch to you. “We’re going to be splitting up. Ignitrix will be in charge while Acerea and I go after her Eldar.”Ignitrix shakes her head in disbelief. “I… If that’s what you want. What should we do while you’re gone? General mayhem in the Imperium I take it?”“Exactly. Finding you after we’re done should be as easy as listening to the Astropath…” You trail off as you realize you’re basically going to be without one unless you take Proditus with you. Damn it. “You get the idea. Worst case we’ll meet up at the nearest WAAAGH or back in the Formless Wastes.”She folds her arms and sighs. “I don’t like it one bit. But…” Ignitrix turns to eye the Blood Raven mischievously. “I finally have a use for this.” The Exterminatus Bomb materializes on the table in front of her, causing the Space Marine to recoil in alarm. “Good you know what it is. I’m going to be wiring it to your engine core and rigged to go off with a single thought from me should you decide to try and be trouble. Are you going to be trouble, worm?” Wow she’s getting into this.“No, Ma’am…”You decide to butt in. “Good. See it stays that way. As for the rest of you… Lucius - I expect several Eldar contacts to be begging for a face-to-face meeting by the time I get Ignitrix here squared away.” With that you dismiss all of the humans from the room, leaving you with only your daemon companions.>  Talk there>  Bloodbath time
>>35866062>>  Bloodbath time
>>35866062is that even a question?>  Bloodbath time
>>35866062>  Talk thereWhats the eldar about ara
>>35866062 Best to carry on while the thoughts are still fresh.
>>35866062>Bloodbath timeWe can discuss less private stuff en route, like the fact that we'll be bringing Proditus, but save grilling Acerea for after some relaxing in the bloodbath.
>>35866110Hey you never know. Maybe /tg/ might decide to forgo it or a headpat one time and things will happen.
>>35866138Not gonna happen ELH. Not gonna happen. You tell Iggy that she'll always get a vote for headpats from me.
>>35866138...the thing is, I was about to type bloodbath and then was like "Naaah, we're Cinder, we want to know NOW!"
>>35866138>things will happen.What kind of things.
>>35866417Iggy looking subtly upset and nudging her head at us at increasing intervals.
>>35866062“Well, no sense talking here. Not until it’s been swept for bugs. Plus I feel like this might be the last chance we get to share a Bloodbath together for a bit.” You wave for your daemon friends to follow you as you lead the way back to your room. The mere mention of a Bloodbath has Iggy’s wings fluttering behind her, though Acerea seems as passive as usual. It’s only once you’re all submerged within the plasma that you start to broach the subject of Acerea’s troubles in a roundabout way. “So Acerea, anything you want to tell us?” Well roundabout for you. “I didn’t say anything back there in front of the mortals for good reason, but I need to know you’re not trying to…”She shakes her head and waves for you to stop. “I know. I know… It’s just…” The longer she talks the more her motherly-side seems to drop away. “You know how Iggy here had a bad day earlier in the week? Something like that for me.”Ignitrix perks up at being mentioned, having been almost fully underblood. Even being reminded about her past troubles doesn’t seem to put a damper on that smile of hers. “If you don’t want to talk about it just have Cinder pat your head for awhile~” Her eyes widen as soon as the words are out of her mouth. She turns the same color as the liquid she’s in and dives. This has Acerea and you chuckling. The plaguebearer stop first. “Oh Iggy. I know you do it on purpose sometimes but I needed that. Thanks.”Oh… Right. She does the whole “Just as Planned” thing. Well it doesn’t bother you. You know how the bird really feels. “So… headpat or talking, Acerea?”“Talking is fine. I just don’t know how much to tell you. Or, rather, I don’t know myself what to make of it.”Ignitrix pops up, sending a small cascade of blood sailing over the pair of you. “Just pick something and let the words flow. That’s how these things work.”(cont)
>>35866586Acerea seems embarrassed to be given advice, judging by her blush. “Well you know how Iggy here used to be human…”You raise an eyebrow. “Don’t tell me you were Inquisition too. We don’t have enough rosettes to go around.”“Hah. No. I honestly just know that much. What actually happened in my past life is gone best I can tell.”The Lady of Change chirps, “And I’m to guess you let our Zoanthrope friend help you root these memories out? How do you know they’re even real?”“The fact I met Isha and Papa Nurgle for one.”“...But you’re not uh…” You and Ignitrix share a look. Acerea gets the hint. “No, I’m not different or special from the other daemons. Not by much. But Isha did give me these.” Her right hand raises out of the blood palm outstretched. In it appears five spirit stones. Or so you guess based on Iggy’s reaction. The Plaguebearer herself seems extremely apprehensive and like she’s shared a terrible secret about herself. >  Well if this is all… You should have said something sooner>  No more secrets in the future>  Say nothing. Apply headpats and let Iggy do the talking>  Write in
>>35866597>  Say nothing. Apply headpats and let Iggy do the talkingShe's the partys face after all.
>>35866597>  Well if this is all… You should have said something sooner
>>35866597>>  Say nothing. Apply headpats and let Iggy do the talking
>>35866597>  Say nothing. Apply headpats and let Iggy do the talkingWe shall be the Greatest Chaos Gods.A triad, of non-stop headpatting.Truly chaos undivided.
>>35866657Sounds kinda Slanneshii to me.
>>35866488I kinda wanna ruffle her feathers a bit. We should do that at one point.
>>35866694Let's rub across her feathers the wrong way
>>35866597>If I pop one of those, will it restore my vitality and heal my wounds?
>>35866597. She's better at it.
>>35866678Nah mang.Slaaneshii is doing it because you are a faggot.You can do everything the Slaaneshi do and NOT be a faggot y'know?
>>35866773What if someone got raped into it?
>>35866788Then it'd be a Debauchery vid.
>>35866773You can do a lot of things without attributing them to a god.
>>35866846Samefagging in one of the vids :Phttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W8EU9HykoI
>>35866597It’s a good thing you’re a daemon of Khorne. Otherwise you’d enjoy giving out headpats. Which you don’t. Not at all. Not one bit. Nope. Acerea could still use one regardless. Wading over, you reach out and provide a single application of the Cinder Special. The Plaguebearer giggles and mumbles something along the lines of “my, my, she’s sharing~”Ignitrix poofs slightly at seeing someone else getting her previous headpats but takes the hint. “I’d like to root around in there to make sure Sytili didn’t decide to leave you a present, but you seem fine. Plus the whole spirit stone thing lends credence to what you experienced. May I?” She motions out for the stones, which Acerea hands over while you move back to your original spot. One in hand, she inspects each thoroughly before giving them back. “They’re all empty. Which is good if you want to capture some Eldar souls but makes them otherwise useless.”“No that’s how they should be. Isha was very specific to use them if the corruption route failed.”“Eh…” Iggy and you share another look. “Do they have any use once filled, Ignitrix? I don’t mind playing along since it means depriving a certain purple idiot of his toys but I’d like it if they had utility.”“Oh, plenty~ But I think you’ll want to take that up with Acerea while you’re out having fun with her. By the way, I’m using your quarters back on the Raptor while you’re gone. Deal with it.”You decide to let her have her fun. “Someone’s happier than they were this morning. Do you want a hat to go with the position?”“Do you HAVE one?”(cont)
>>35866944“Well no. I just thought I’d ask.”“Hmph.” The Lady of Change conjures up her Blood Dragon plushie. Somehow in the presence of blood it’s moving on its own and even breathing little jets of fire. While she plays with it she segways into the story of her own ascension to daemonhood. In full this time save one portion that she claims is “not quite the right time to reveal since it might destroy the fabric of reality, including the Warp.” It’s a long tail, one that says a lot about her up to this point and also puts Acerea at ease.>  “Pout” that you’re just a plain old daemon>  Cast around for another subject>  Enjoy the together time, even if it’s in silence>  Write in
>>35866959>It’s a long tail,Well at least I haven't dropped my trip yet. I blame the ara's.
>>35866959> “Pout” that you’re just a plain old daemon
>>35866959>>  “Pout” that you’re just a plain old daemon
>>35866959>3 Enjoy the time together, even if it's in silenceLet's see if they bring up any other subjects themselves.
>>35866944>But I think you’ll want to take that up with Acerea while you’re out having fun with herEh?>>35866959>  Gloat that you’re fortunate enough to be a true-born daemon, and therefore better.
>>35866959>>  Enjoy the together time, even if it’s in silence
>>35867012>>35866959>>  Gloat that you’re fortunate enough to be a true-born daemon, and therefore better.
>>35867012That's her subtle way of saying "Cinder those are Acerea's toys and her patron god ASKED HER to get them. Behave." If ara ara wants to share, she will.
>>35866959>  “Pout” that you’re just a plain old daemonYes, a 'plain old demon' who fucking killed 7(?) Grey Knights, 2(?) of them by herself, BEFORE she ascended for the first time. Yup, 'plain old demon' indeed.
>>35867046It's not that we are special, it's that everyone else is just plain bad.Why do you think Dad is so Angry all the time? All his Daemons are fucking idiots.
>>35867038Acerea just referred to herself in the third person there.>>35866959>  Gloat that you’re fortunate enough to be a true-born daemon, and therefore better, but pout about it in our head.
>>35867060I mean just look at daemon-sans horn who shall not be mentioned by name. Literally worse than Proditus.>>35867068No I think that's just Iggy using a ~ for once in her life.
>>35866959>>  “Pout” that you’re just a plain old daemon>  Enjoy the together time, even if it’s in silenceOne of these days we'll reverse psychology both of them to give US headpats for once
>>35867060....you know, I never thought about it that way. Do you think He has a series of posters all over His realm with Cinder and a "When in doubt, ask yourself. What would Cinder do?"
>>35867089"What would Cinder do? She'd kick my ass. Better get to it then..."And then He hits himself. It's like being self-flagellant but for not a god or religion. It's for being a failure.
>>35867089And then all khornates take up headpatting
Pretty sure  has it. Writing...
>>35867089Right now he just has a bunch of posters that say, "When in doubt, ask yourself: What would Sindri do?" because a fucking sorcerer is better than them.
>>35867089We haven't been in the Formless Wastes in awhile, let alone our MOTHERLAND!It's actually kinda possible, I mean, we are stupidly young for a Daemon, and already a Bloodthirster, not from being BORN a Bloodthirster because Khorne needed some schmuck to throw at something, but EARNED it.I mean, Khorne is all about Martial prowess and strength, battlefield tactics and all that, but what do 99% of his Daemons and followers do?Foam at the mouth and hit things.It's like comparing Forest Gump with the Sergeant from Saving Private Ryan.
>>35867130His name is Lt Dan Taylor, you scrub.
>>35867128To be fair, Sindri is kinda badass.And it's not like Khorne hates ALL sorcery and rituals, just using your sorcerous bullshit at the back of the battlefield when you could be gutting someone with your combat knife.A weapon's a weapon yo.
>>35867130You know... what if the whole "taking over" thing is to bring back the time when his followers + daemons weren't foaming at the mouth and flailing randomly? Just a thought.Personally I'm waiting for when a different BT shows up and either kicks our ass or the reverse.
>>35867150No, his name is John H. Miller.You fucking scrub.
>>35867160Sorcerers do see a lot of frontline action in Dawn of War, and his plans did cause a lot of bloodshed.
>>35867174Oh, I just saw "Forrest Gump" and stopped reading. My bad!
>>35867176Khorne's fine with them, if they're used as psykerphones and daemon portal makers, usually, yeah.
>>35867336I don't really see it myself. I mean,they're both blue and magic, but that's about it.
>>35867374It's the trix part, I think.
>>35867354It fits. And that's a pony, thank you.]>>35867336There's a global rule, my friend.>>35867374And prideful, full of themselves, and awkward when dealing with people they actually like.>>35867381And that.
>>35867390How did I fuck the spoiler up that bad? oh well, can't delete it so I won't bother fixing it.
>>35867390>There's a global rule, my friend.Ah, thank you!
>>35866959Crossing your arms across your chest, you fake disappointment with just a mix of sarcasm. “And here I’m just a normal, true daemon born from the bloodshed of countless mortals across an entire planet. Guess I’m useless…” Ignitrix responds by rolling her eyes and summoning forth her Cinder doll. To your amusement it starts trying to suplex the Blood Dragon without any interaction from the Lady of Change. “Oh hush. Even your little likeness here has tried to kill my plushies twice. Course since it’s more cute than harmful but you’re not fooling anyone.”Acerea giggles and prods at the little Cinder. The tiny Bloodletter growls in a high pitched voice and swipes at the plaguebearer’s finger in vain. “Oh my, you ended up even MORE adorable than I could have ever hoped~! Definitely not a substitute for the real tail wag, though~”Shit. Someone DID see. That leaves you with just one option. You play-pounce at Acerea with a roar, joined shortly by a crimson-hued Ignitrix. Soon the Bloodbath turns into a wrestling ring that’s somehow two versus one against you. Not a problem, of course.>  Oh you’re winning for sure>  Let Iggy “Win”>  Let Acerea “Win”>  Write in(Gotta have fun before you split the party)
>>35867426EVERYBODY TAKE A SHOT
>>35867426>  Oh you’re winning for sureHUG FOR THE HUG GOD
>>35867426This post a troll?
>>35867426>  Oh you’re winning for sure
>>35867435But Anon, I'd have to get up. The booze is like fifteen whole steps away.
>>35867450No I just can't keep a trip on apparently.
>>35867426 and  Let Cinderplushie do the finishing blow.
>>35867450Things tend to get silly around 2am EST and the end of the session in general. That said, Cinder's been overdue for a little physical display against them.
>>35867426> Use the tail, they won't be expecting it! (Proceed to lose)
>>35867505Actually, cut out the losing part, just use our tail, and maybe the plushie.
>>35867519>Use our long, sinuous and ridged tail.
>>35867537Yeah, which is why they won't be expecting it!
>Cinder becomes the next Khorne>Plushie Cinder becomes the Brass Champion>It is actually more powerful than most Daemons born under Papa Khorne>Nurgle ara ara~ing the distance
Sooo winning with maybe a little mention of the plushie. Writing...
>>35867555>Also, annoyed "SQUAWKS"
>>35867580>"WHERE IS MY PLUSHIE?! DAMN IT KHORNE GIVE IT BACK!">"Come and get it, Zeech~"Meanwhile Slaanesh looks on from whereverthefuckistan and wonders what he did wrong.
>>35867578I wonder if we'll do this?http://youtu.be/6sS6U7pTrvs?t=4m14s 4:14
>>35867605Slaanesh will probably be just like that rogue trader.
>>35867729Dead before the finale?
>>35867737Say, I wonder how much stronger Malal gets each time a Chaos God falls? Does he get stronger from Chaos being killed by Chaos, or weaker since there's less Chaos and lesser reason for him to exist?
>>35867754Maybe he has some sort of cosmic rubber band effect that keeps him bobbing back and forth between the two, and the more gods fall, the harsher it gets, until all that's left is a gibberish-spewing, screaming split second superpower.
>>35867426A Lady of Change and a Plaguebearer have no chance against a Bloodthirster. Not without sorcery and not even if you’re pulling your punches so hard that it’s actually painful. In the end you manage to get them both in a headlock, one under each arm. Just when you’re about to come up with a witty one-liner the Cinder-Plushie leaps at your face. Again, it’s a stuffed doll so it does no damage whatsoever. In order to remove it, though, you have to release your hold on your daemon comrades. So much for totally proving your dominance.After roaring the doll-you into submission, you toss it back to a grinning Ignitix. Half her feathers are askew from the tussle but she doesn’t seem to mind. Nor does Acerea mind her usually carefully-kept hair being entirely disheveled. From there the three of you fall back and let the silence do the talking for you. Releases of tension like that were important. Especially since it might be awhile since you were back together again. Even with whatever secret method of propulsion the Engine had, it could easily be upwards of several months or even years given the chaotic flows of the Warp. But it’ll all work out. So you hope. And this way you don’t have to sit around, waiting for someone from the Inquisition to notice. Plus you’ll get to corrupt your Tyranids a little more. And… Oh what’s the point denying it? You’ll miss Iggy. Curse that Bird for actually making you care. She could never know. You'll make sure to send her off with a headpat or two regardless. For now, comfortable silence. (Housekeeping next post)
>>35867822Yay char limit, info dumps, and more.Next week it's just Acerea, the Nids, and Cinder on an adventure to find some Eldar. Good thing Iggy's leaving you a present.Q&A as usual. Maybe an extra session Sat/Sun. Depends on stuff and things.
Man, when we meet up with Iggy again that Cinder doll is going to be absolutely worn thin.
>>35867822D'awww, this update nearly gave me diabetes>>35867839Thanks for the thread ELH, fun as always.>Good thing Iggy's leaving you a present.Ohohohoho?
>>35867876>this update nearly gave me diabetesNurgle would have approved if so.
>>35867863Nah, Acerea specifically made it tough enough to weather daemonic tsuntsun abuse. It should be fine.
>>35867906You are vastly underestimating Iggy's homolust and tsuntsun.
>>35867839Thanks for the thread ELH! Since this is Halloween, might the cast tell us what gives them the creepy crawlies?
>>35867931They're demons. What could possibly give them the heebie-jeebies? Besides, only Iggy could directly tell us and I doubt she would.
>>35867839Solid and fun run. Thanks bunches!
>>35867965"Picture this, Cinder: The universe adopts a collective practise of pacifism, respect and veganism."
>>35867965From Iggy's Journal:> I was REALLY happy Cinder didn't find out about Halloween. The last time someone knew or even cared (spoiler: Helldrool) I ended up dealing with servitors knocking on my door for twelve hours straight. Oh and the spiders. Can't forget those DAMN SPIDERS. Wasn't enough warp fire to cleanse my room after that.Aside from that, Necrons, people like Lucius in tights, and Eversors. So the usual daemonic fare.
>>35868036Pacification, deserved acknowledgement, and eating fallen opponents and worthy foes instead of domesticated livestock and poultry?
>>35868048Hahaha, spiders. Well, goodnight ELH, sorry for complaining so long and rudely about such a small thing, please unblock I look forward to Cinder's, Acerea's, and Sytili's advenutres with Eldar.
>>35867965Mr. Silent, for one?
>>35868233>please unblockNo one is blocked afaik. Not even Vaelys.
>>35866062>She folds her arms and sighs. “I don’t like it one bit. But…” Ignitrix turns to eye the Blood Raven mischievously. “I finally have a use for this.” The Exterminatus Bomb materializes on the table in front of her, causing the Space Marine to recoil in alarm. “Good you know what it is. I’m going to be wiring it to your engine core and rigged to go off with a single thought from me should you decide to try and be trouble. Are you going to be trouble, worm?” Wow she’s getting into this.>“No, Ma’am…”
>>35867839>Good thing Iggy's leaving you a present.Oh dear, she's going to install the Tsundere AI in the Obscenity Engine.